New to the list was: re: fruitful typos
|From:||Markus Miekk-oja <torpet@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 20, 2000, 19:08|
>I\'ll quickly introduce myself as I\'ve been on this list for a long timebut haven\'t really posted anything - I\'m Katie, I live on the South coast
>where I work as an analyst/programmer. I\'ve always been fascinated byinventing languages and was pleased to find I wasn\'t the only one!
>Does anyone know of a website where I can find out about basic phonetics(just to find out what sounds the symbols represent), and also a website
which will explain a lot of the grammatical terms used on the list?
a piece of software that, although a heavy download (about 16 mb), is
extremely nice. Presents IPA tables, and has recorded examples of the
sounds, even nonpulmonic ones (clicks, implosives, ejectives)
the IPA alphabet for ASCII, useful to post on this (and other) lists.
extremely huge glossary, which at least I've found useful.